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the price that it would cost another party to complete the work in question. Cost of cure is used as a measure of damages following breach of contract where one party has not completed the work satisfactorily. Constable building are claiming $378 523, the price of demolishing the badly built swimming pools and rebuilding them according to the agreed dimensions (cost of cure).
They claim that they are entitled to recover on a cost of cure theory.
The court reinstated the $2,545.96 award for cost of cure damages.
The financial cost of cure is the proper measure of damages